Care to Learn - Wright City was established in 2016 as the 28th Care to Learn Chapter. It currently serves students in partnership with the Wright City R-II School District.
In addition to providing health, hunger, and hygiene needs, the Chapter provides a backpack program for students.
The Wright City Chapter also partners with several organizations in the community to raise funds for students in need, including an annual trivia night.
Care to Learn - Wright City
- $54,958.03 = Total Amount Spent to Meet Students’ Needs
- 10,911 = Total Number of Student Needs Met
- $5.04 = Average Cost to Meet A Student’s Need
Kelly is the Chapter Liaison for the Care to Learn - Wright City Chapter. She also serves as the SPED Director and Early Childhood Admin for the Wright City R-II School District.
As a Liaison for the Wright City Chapter, Kelly works within the Wright City R-II School District to ensure students’ basic needs are being met and to raise funds to ensure Care to Learn – Wright City continues its mission.
Kelly has seen firsthand how much Care to Learn can impact a child’s life. “It’s great to be a part of an organization that can provide immediate support to students."
Meeting the Need
Care to Learn - Wright City works with the Wright City R-II School District to fill these health, hunger, and hygiene needs for students:
Eye exam and glasses
Mental health services
Pest control services
Weekend food bags (PK – 6th)
Food pantry (7th – 12th)
Household cleaning supplies
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